Why move to Seattle? For those of you that don’t live here, I’m going to give you 9 reasons to consider a move to the Emerald City. If you have been a follower of the blog over the years, it won’t surprise you at all to know that I love Seattle.
To me, this city is special. I grew up 1 hour South of Seattle. I can remember early on in my life those special weekend trips to the city where I would go to a Sonics game with my Dad or to Pike Place Market
with my mom. Every year, we spent the weekend before Christmas in the Westin Hotel
(5th and Olive
). Monorail rides, the Nordstrom Santa, Westlake Center, 5th Ave Theatre and Mercer Hall were just some of the fun activities we enjoyed during the Holidays.
Seattle is also where I grew my love for the University of Washington
. I went to school at the UW and met my wife there as well. I will always support the UW and will be forever grateful for my education and the joy I get from watching Husky Basketball and especially Football.
One of the reasons I enjoy my job so much is that I get to sell condos (and homes) in the city that I love. I know most condo projects in the Seattle better than I ever could have imagined. With that said, Seattle offers so much more than I can share in the course of my day to day work. Usually you guys will see me post about new projects, condos that I love, ideas for investing in Seattle real estate and so on.
Today, I want to share 9 Reasons To Move To Seattle. Seattle’s population is exploding with new residents. I’ve met some of you at the gym, coffee shop, grocery store and all over Downtown. I wanted to give those who have just moved here or those that are contemplating moving here a road map for what makes Seattle special.
My goal with the blog is to give you guys the best resources when you consider buying or selling real estate in the city. I post neighborhood videos
, 10 Things To Do In Seattle, help you search for you next home by neighborhood and I provide listing alerts so you don’t miss a condo in your favorite neighborhood or building. I hope you enjoy all of these resources – have questions, we have answers! Contact Us